Flying Pests!!

Eyes, Insect, Compound Eyes, Macro

Inspired by the hanging plastic bags of water to frighten away flies in food markets and taco stands in Melbourne Wildlife Removal and Mexico, Just fill these chunks with water and hang around your outdoor areas to repel flying pests using light refraction, which magnifies and inverts movement, colors and images and scares pests away. Flies, Bees and Wasps are all uncomfortable around the ball and eventually, 6 or 7 days, they stop coming around.

Many devices and chemicals are made to trap and kill flies. From center pieces for the dinner table to fly tape in the corners we have been swatting flies since the beginning of time. We have screens on our windows and doorswe screen in our porches, we’ve got bug zapperswe spray compounds, all to keep bugs away while we like the outdoors.

Hanging balls of water have made it effortless to keep the most annoying pests, the flying ones, away from the outdoor areas without chemicals or traps you need to empty. They turn the flies own defense mechanism . They do not like the hanging balls of water so they stay away. Simple as that. It takes about a week to get them all educated, but after that they have better places to go.

Flies are generally attracted to food and other resources of heat/moisture. Areas prone to developing bacteria. Flies come into contact with a lot of decaying substances if you are searching for food or a place to lay their eggs. Plus they bother me.

There are so many distinct flies, I was looking and I believe I saw 245? . There are all different kinds and they are everywhere. One of the things which defines them as flies is their compound eyes. Flies have a pair of large compound eyes and typically three ocelli or simple eyes. Each compound eye is made of hundreds to tens of thousands of carefully packed photoreceptive units called ommatidia. Each ommatidium is a single sensory cell and the nerves of these ommatidia linked to the optic lobes of the brain. The fly has invested A LOT of brain power to being able to see. If they feel threatened, they stay away. A defense mechanism that has kept them around since the days of the dinosaurs.

Amazing! It’s great, hang them done. No more flies.

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